- Indoor and Soft Play Areas
- Laser Tag
Suitable for ages: Babies and Toddlers (0-3), Young Children (4-8) and Older Children (9-12)
Venue type: Indoor
Sharkys Play Zone offers a huge 4 level underwater themed indoor play area with 6 exciting slides not least of which is the notorious Deathslide, only for the bravest over 5s! Be sure to wear long legs, sleeves and socks so you can pop in and show them how it's done!
They also have a dedicated ground floor section to keep the under 5s busy. Plus Monday to Friday mornings they have Under 5's toddler mornings too!
Upstairs leads to the exciting laserzone maze where over 7s can battle it out to find out who is the sharpest shooter! The laser phasors are completely harmless, much like shooting one another with TV remote controls, but they look great! There's no impact or sensation, they're not even allowed to run or climb, so this all-out war game" is a lot safer than it sounds!
The top floor is dedicated to all you rev heads out there! Their huge slotcar track is 6 lanes of fast and furious fun: Scalextric sized cars racing on a computer controlled track - it doesn't get better than that!
Plus there is a licensed harbour side cafe with pavement seating area offering panoramic views of the historic old Weymouth harbour.
And finally there's a wealth of parties on offer including Silver, Gold and Platinum varieties, Slot Car version, Laser Tag Special or a combo party with all the elements you like best in one!
Getting There and Contact Information
9 Custom House Quay, Old Harbour, Weymouth, Dorset, DT4 8BG, England
Click here to visit Sharkys Play Zone's website
Standard Opening Times and Pricing
Monday to Sunday 09:30 - 17:30
Under 1s: £1
Unders 3s: £2.95
3s and over: £4.50
1 game: £3.50
2 games: £6
3 games: £9
Sharkeys-granville ind est
Written by Mumof5monkeys . 28.12.17
Sharkeys at the harbour was great for years but have moved to the Granville ins est 5 mins drive from the town and def worth a visit.
Has closed at this location
Written by TonyJohn . 22.07.17
Took the kids across town but this building is boarded up. The "Fun Factory" elsewhere in Weymouth appears to be the same organisation (they mention Sharkys on their website) but we didn't get that far. Fortunately a fun fair round the corner kept the kids happy - it was suitable for small children.